November was a successful month for Wigan Athletic Community Trust
It’s been another jam-packed month of action for Wigan Athletic Community Trust!
It was a successful night for the Trust at the North West Football Awards on Monday 14th November as we won Community Initiative of the Year for our Pathway 2 Participation project, with volunteer Frank Melling also amongst the winners as he was named Unsung Hero.
Elsewhere, first team players Adam Bogdan and Dan Burn helped to launch Premier League Primary Stars, whilst the club celebrated their ‘Together’ week towards the end of the month, a campaign to raise equality, diversity and respect across the club, DW Stadium and Community Trust.
Let’s round things up…
2nd November 2016: Wigan Athletic disability teams record impressive wins in the Ability Counts League
8th November 2016: Golborne High School through to area finals of Kinder + Sport EFL Girls Cup
15th November 2016: Community Trust scoop two awards at MBNA North West Football Awards
15th November 2016: Frank Melling crowned unsung hero at the North West Football Awards
18th November 2016: Latics launch new Premier League Primary Stars programme
22nd November 2016: First year apprentices complete FA Level One coaching qualification
28th November 2016: Club 'Together' for week of action
28th November 2016: Access for all - what Wigan Athletic offers its disabled supporters
29th November 2016: Wigan Athletic disability teams thriving under Latics banner
29th November 2016: Hundreds of young people across Wigan benefiting from Kicks project
30th November 2016: Walking football a big hit in the local community thanks to Wigan Walkers